… I’ll get round to updating you yet! At long last (but hey, I can always backdate the post!), here’s the report on the last few days of our 2019 Scandinavia trip.
We seem to have developed a bit of a World War 2 theme in the last few days! We’ve travelled from Rostock on the Baltic coast down to Colditz, visiting Peenemünde and Żagań along the way.
This post takes us from Bremen in Germany to Odense in Denmark. The weather has veered from one extreme (hot and sunny) to the other (“has anyone seen Noah?”) and back again, but it hasn’t hampered our progress.
After a quick turnaround (seven days at home for me, six for Mark) we were packed up and on our way again… Scandinavia here we come! Thus far, we’ve made it to Bremen in Germany….
From Bad Oldesloe, our route took us North through the Holzsteinische Schweiz, a region named for its apparent resemblance to Switzerland. It was lovely, with
We’ve made good progress in our first four days overseas, without doing excessive amounts of driving (a total of 630 miles since Calais): Mark was